Prawns thermidor is a counterpart of the well known lobster thermidor. Since lobster is so expensive and hard to find, you can use jumbo shrimps or large prawns as substitute for that elegant seafood dish.
Chicken mami is actually chicken noodle soup which became popular in the Philippines because of the Chinese immigrant named Ma Mon Luk. Chicken mami is one of the varieties of mami soup invented by Ma Mon Luk and other consists of pork, beef, wontons and pig innards. There are also varieties of chicken mami and you can also include vegetables like shredded pechay baguio.
Another delicious vegetable dish consisting of green peas, pork, shrimps, vegetables like chayote, string beans and quail eggs. Very similar to the popular chop suey dish. If some how you are allergic to shrimps, you can substitute the pork and shrimps with chicken meat, liver and giblets. And the substitute the shrimp juice with chicken broth.
Tempura or shrimp tempura is a Japanese dish consisting of shelled shrimps, dipped in batter and deep fried. This is, I think, one of the most favorite Japanese food of Filipinos. Aside from shrimps, you can also make vegetable tempura to decorate or to make it more appetizing. Just slice some eggplants and carrots into thick strips, get some whole string beans then dip it in tempura batter then deep fry it.
This fish fillet recipe is very similar to the oriental sweet and sour fish fillet recipe. But since there are no vinegar in this recipe, it does not have the sour taste. The flavor of the sauce comes from the banana catsup which is sweet. But if you prefer to use tomato catsup, you can do so in order to have that sweet and sour taste.